talks about photography, mentioning Barthes and Sontag in the process, in tomorrow’s NY Times…
Here’s a link to my video on street performers:
Thanks for listening to my presentation today–you can find the slideshow at:
(you’ll have to be patient for the music to download 🙂
And here’s the daily blog:
Earlier this semester, we read an article in the NY Times about Evan Emory, who edited a video to make it appear that elementary school children were listening to him sing a song with graphic sexual lyrics.
He’s now been convicted of a felony and, among other things, is barred from getting closer than 500ft from where children gather.
While I understand that he did truly stupid thing, this punishment seems extremely excessive. Other opinions?
In the syllabus.
Here is the link to the video. Thanks so much for the feedback!
Great documentary on Netflix about the history of the Crips and the Bloods and how they came about in Los Angeles. Great example of structuring a story so it is not sensationalist and based on a legitimate history. http://bit.ly/gDgdHg